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How To Reduce Your Buttocks
If you’re like me you’ve got some extra “junk in your trunk.” I know, there are some guys that like that but me personally, I don’t. I’ve been losing weight for a while and my backside has always been a problem for me. Recently I started heavily researching the best ways to reduce buttocks and what I found I want to share here today with you.
The Myth Of Targeting Fat
If you want to cut back on the size of your caboose there are a few things you need to know right up front. If you’ve spent any time on my site then you’ll know that targeting fat is not possible. You can’t simply say, “I’m going to eliminate the fat on my stomach.” There’s no way to “target” that one area. Weight loss doesn’t work that way.
You have to do an “all over” weight loss program. This is why you should be careful when you see ads for machines/diets/programs that claim to target one area. You just can’t do it. You have to lose weight generally. This means you may lose some belly fat before you lose it around your backside. But be patient because eventually you will lose it where you want. It’s just a matter of time.
I know, you HATE the word diet. And so do I! But guess what, if you want to lose weight you have to cut back on calories. Period. There’s no other option (unless you want to work out REALLY hard EVERYDAY).
Now, this doesn’t mean that you have to run out and purchase The Atkins Diet book or The Dean Ornish Diet Book (although I prefer the Dean Ornish to most other diets). What it does mean is if you really want to know how to get rid of buttocks you’ll have to cut calories. You can still eat what you normally eat, you’ll just need to cut back on AT LEAST 300 calories per day.
Here’s the magic formula: If you lose/cutback on 500 calories per day you’ll lose anywhere from 2-5 pounds per week. That’s how weight loss works. So the ways to reduce buttocks include cutting back on calories and exercising (we’ll get the the exercising in a moment).
You can read my article on ways to cut 500 calories per day here. Go ahead and read that article and then come back. Go ahead. I’ll wait
Exercises To Slim Your Behind
The best way to reduce buttocks is a combination of exercise and diet. With your diet you can simply cut back on certain foods that you normally eat. If you drink soda, 2 per day will add on over 300 calories. That’s a lot. So drink nothing but water all day and you can make a significant change in the amount of calories that you consume.
In terms of exercising there are some good exercises to lose weight that will help you tone and shape up your body (more than others). Now of course it really depends on what your fitness level is.
If you have a high fitness level then I recommend that you try running or kickboxing. These are great ways to tone your lower body. Check with your local gym for kickboxing classes or just visit Amazon.com and pick out a video. You can also do aerobics, Pilates, Yoga (power yoga to burn calories), dancing, etc.
If you don’t have a high fitness level then you should work on building up to one. Start out walking. I like to take a nice long walk at least twice a week. I also do lots of other exercises but walking is a little more peaceful.
The bottom line is that if you want to cut back on the fat in your backside you need to cut back on calories and do some daily exercise (or at least exercise twice a week). Try cutting back on 200-300 calories per day and then move up to 500 after a few weeks. This way you’ll do it gradually and not starve to death right when you start cutting back. If you have a higher fitness level I recommend that you start exercising 5 to 6 times per week (at 45 minutes to an hour) for maximum results. If your fitness level is lower then start out walking or doing another low-impact exercise twice a week for about 20 minutes then slowly build up to more.